Academic Integrity

Academic integrity is founded upon and encompasses the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. Supporting and affirming these values is essential to promoting and maintaining a high level of academic integrity, and educating community members about the value and practice of academic integrity is central to Marymount University’s mission. Each member of the academic community must stand accountable for his or her actions. As a result, a community develops in which students learn the responsibilities of citizenship and how to contribute honorably to their professions.
If knowledge is to be gained and properly evaluated, it must be pursued under conditions free from dishonesty. Deceit and misrepresentations are incompatible with the fundamental activity of this academic institution and shall not be tolerated. Members of the Marymount community are expected to foster in their own work the spirit of academic honesty and not to tolerate its abuse by others.
The responsibility for academic integrity lies with individual students and faculty members of this community. A violation of academic integrity is an act harmful to all other students, faculty and, ultimately, the university.

Information for Faculty

Academic integrity requires that all members of the Marymount community approach learning with honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. All faculty should become familiar with Marymount’s Academic Integrity Code.

Additional information, including the Academic Integrity online submission tool, forms, quick guide, and general information, is located on the internal Academic Integrity site. If you are not affiliated with the University and would like more information about Academic Integrity at Marymount University, please contact the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity. Contact information can be found in the left sidebar. 

Marymount University provides access to to help determine the originality of students’ written work. also provides online grading and peer review functions. Faculty wishing to set up a account should contact the Center for Teaching and Learning for access information and support.